10 Lines on Sun: We wake up every day seeing the Sun, but none of us stop and think how important the Sun is for us. The Sun is the most massive object and a star in the center of our solar system. It is about a hundred times as wide as the Earth. It is always on the move and never stops supplying the never-ending energy that we use in different ways. If there were no sun, many things wouldn’t occur like photosynthesis or the presence of oxygen, which would have caused no life existence. Let’s have a look at some pointers that will give us valuable knowledge about the Sun.
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Set 1 – 10 Lines on Sun for Kids
Set 1 is helpful for students of Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
- The Sun is the source of every energy that exists in the world.
- The Sun helps in photosynthesis of the plans, making them live.
- It’s an excellent practice to wake up in the morning and pray while facing the Sun.
- When the Sun sets, it’s time for the birds to return to their homes.
- In the summer, the Sun brings unbearable heat that you’ll feel scared to go out of on the street.
- The days will not be the same always, today it’s dark, but a new day will come with a bright future with a bright sunny morning.
- It takes 365 days and 4 hours for the Earth to complete its rotation while counting the same as one complete year.
- The Sun comes out behind the hills every day and sets by the evening, leaving the surroundings to plunge into the darkness.
- Things that try to go near the Sun get burnt down into ashes, it’s the powerhouse, the spherical fireplace.
- Many astronomical studies say that our Earth used to be a part of the Sun, which was formed as a separate planet as it somehow got detached from the star.
Set 2 – 10 Lines on Sun for School Students
Set 2 is helpful for students of Classes 6, 7 and 8.
- The Sun is the gaseous star made of fire, situated far away(around 8400 billion kilometers far) from our planet earth.
- Some studies say that there was one more star along with the Sun which had a clash with the Sun and got destroyed, forming the Earth and the other planets revolving around the Sun.
- We can use solar energy to produce eleçtricity and reuse the same to lead our day-to-day activities.
- If there’s no sun, humanity will be finished, as the entire power supply to run anything in the world is produced by the Sun.
- Sunday is the day in the week named after the Sun, as the other days are named after the other planets in the solar system.
- The Sun has a massive attraction force connected with all the planets in the solar system due to which they keep moving around the sun year after years.
- The proverb “make hay while the sun shines” tells us to act according to the situations and take advantage of it when we get the chance, instead of waiting for it.
- A bright sunny day is the most ideal to go out for a long drive or excursion.
- At least one side of the Earth does always faces the Sun, but the people residing in the other hemisphere don’t see it!
- The person’s sun sign and fate is dependent upon the effects of the Sun on him/her.
Set 3 – 10 Lines on Sun for Higher Class Students
Set 3 is helpful for students of Classes 9, 10, 11, 12 and Competitive Exams.
- The size of the Sun is so vast that over 1.3 million of Earth could fit inside it, where the surface area is about twelve thousand times that of the Earth.
- The Sun will expand in such a size that one day it will consume the Earth as the Sun will burn for 130 million after it burns through all of its Hydrogen and not burn helium, which will lead to the expansion of its size. When it reaches this point, it will become a red giant star.
- A combination of four hydrogen nuclei and one helium nucleus creates an energy of nuclear fusion by the Sun’s core.
- Once the Sun reaches the point where it becomes a red giant star, it will collapse and eventually be about the size of the Earth, and when that happens, it will be known as a white dwarf.
- The distance of the Sun from the Earth is 150 million km, and the light of the Sun reaches the Earth in eight minutes.
- Keeping the Sun at the center, the Earth keeps rotating around it in an elliptical orbit path, and so the distance between them keeps changing from time to time.
- The rotation of the Sun is in the opposite direction than that of the Earth, it’s from the west to east.
- The rotation of the Sun is more quickly when it is at its equator.
- The temperature inside the Sun can reach up to fifteen million degrees Celsius.
- The Sun has a three-layered atmosphere, namely Photosphere, Chromosphere, and Corona.
FAQ’s on 10 Lines on Sun
It is known that old stars are made up of gas. So Is the sun old or young?
All-stars, including the Sun, are made up of gas, and everything in them is vaporized. It is 4.6 billion years old, in its middle age, nearly halfway through its entire lifespan.
How did someone calculate the size of the Sun when nobody can go near it?
To calculate the size of the Sun, we need to figure out its distance by using geometry. Currently, the size of the Sun is calculated by bouncing radio waves off of it (radar).
How to classify the Sun as a star?
Astronomers call the stars either giant or dwarfs, the average stars are called dwarfs, and the Sun is also a dwarf star. Stars are classified according to their surface temperature and luminosity, and therefore the Sun is classified as a G2V star.
Do we get to know the actual color of the Sun?
It’s a mistake we have been making since childhood; we think that the Sun is either yellow, orange, or red. But in reality, it’s nothing but white! The Sun looks yellow to us because the Earth’s atmosphere scatters higher wavelength colors like red, orange, or yellow.